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Colina Fu Yang


The Road To Life


The world to self discovery is yours alone, others can influence but no one can live the life you seek, every epiphany comes from within you, a journey of self understanding through your communication with God. Life is an ever changing process, there are those who lead by example and those who learn from the mistakes of another, neither one being good or bad, but in this life we must remain constant with a voice of our own, never cowering to the negatives that surround us, misinformed and insecure people will always let us down, this says nothing about us, it only validates that darkness that exists within their hearts. If we surrender ourselves to God, he will always guide us in the right path, but those who don't believe will never see the light of way that he's paved for us by his love.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Topic(s): life


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